Fayetteville City Reporter
Solving a city's housing issues goes beyond data and metrics, and residents are the ones who know best about their communities, participants heard in a workshop held Thursday at the Fayetteville Senior Center.
A wayward dog was stuck in a rut Tuesday but got out fine.
An approved rezoning falls in line with the city's land use plans and likely won't adversely affect the lives of the people living in the neighborhood, council members said Tuesday.
The Public Library will remain open during construction of its expansion and renovation.
Ozark Natural Foods will be able to move into the former IGA building without an immediate deal in place to sell its store at Evelyn Hills Shopping Center, a co-op manager said Monday.
What council members and planners believe is good for the city might not be what some residents in established neighborhoods want. The conflict becomes more frequent in the face of rapid growth.
A proposed arts district and cultural amenity hub could take a variety of shapes depending on the input the city receives from residents.
A plan for a luxury recreational vehicle resort near Kessler Mountain will be able to accommodate more camping while maintaining the same amount of tree preservation originally associated with the project.
It appears some vandals had a good time at the downtown square over the weekend.
The team behind the new The- atreSquared building wants the 50,000-square-foot, three-level center to catch the eye and immerse visitors the moment they walk inside.